• Meghani
    And here Graham Greene introduces the concept of the Divine Vengeance in the story. Divine vengeance is the main essence of the uncanny classic, "The Case for the Defence”. Initially, in the story, Greene presents forth that at least one of the Adams are certainly the murderers. This can be...
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  • The Case for the Defence
    twins was the murderer and the accused Adams is acquitted because of lack of evidence. And here Graham Greene introduces the concept of the Divine Vengeance in the story. Divine vengeance is the main essence of the uncanny classic, "The Case for the Defence”. Initially, in the story, Greene presents...
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  • Crime Fiction Literary Analysis
    wish I knew” (Crime Never Pays, “The Case for the Defence” OXFORD BOOKWORMS COLLECTION). By writing this Graham Greene is evidently saying that human beings do not have the right to judge other people, only God should have this jurystiction. At the same time, he concentrated on portraying the...
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  • Abc Bh Gfc Gjvfydfy
    The case for the defence deals with a murder to Mrs. Parker by Mr. Adams. He was a heavy stout man with bulging bloodshot eyes. Mr. Adams was in Northwood street and the weapon was a hammer, which the woman was found battered to death. There were four murder’s witnesses: Mrs Salmon, Henry McDougall...
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  • Role
    very short story, originally published in a magazine; it therefore has to pack a punch in a very efficient way. Graham Greene manages to do that very successfully by using third person narration and a narrator who is just a casual observer and clearly knows very little about the case. This enables...
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  • The Quiet American: a Political Warning by Graham Greene
    being a housewife in the American way by providing for her and building a family with her. Phuong on her side is not given much space to express what she feels because in either case she is not the decider of her own fate, just as is Vietnam in this war. In summary, Graham Greene, in The Quiet...
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  • Rushdie's the Courter
    at home was so unhappy that he…….. LITERARY/HISTORICAL INFORMATION Graham Greene had a long literary career. He started writing before World War II and continued writing until his death in 1991. He gained popularity in the thirties, largely because …….. CHAPTER SUMMARIES WITH NOTES PART I...
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  • Case for Defense
    The case for the defence 5. The case for the defence - Graham Greene 1. Why does the author describe the Peckham murder trial as the strangest murder trial ? A. The accused had a pair of bulging bloodshot eyes that are unforgettable.He was seen by four witnesses who identified him in the court...
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  • The Case for the Defence by Graham Greene
    Intro about the story The Case for the Defence is a well-written thriller by Graham Greene, a famous English novelist, which deals with a strange murder trial. The defendant, guilty of murder of a woman and having four eye-witnesses to testify against him is thought of standing no chance of...
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  • Mistake
    grounds for displeased parties to avoid a contract. If this was not the case, the defence of mistake could be freely used and be seen as a free pass to escape the terms of a contract. The credibility of all contractual agreements could then possibly be undermined. Mistake consists of three categories...
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  • Denish
    The Case for the Defence by Graham Greene Question 1 1 Which murder case is referred to in the extract? Why is it a strange case as far as the scene of the murder is concerned? AnsThe Peckham Murder case is referred to in the extract. It is a strange case as far as the scene of the murder is...
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  • A Case for Defence
    A Case for the Defence -Graham Greene Revision Questions and Answers 1. What does his ‘wearing gloves’ suggest? When Mrs. Salmon saw Adams, he was at the steps of Mrs. Parker’s house and he was wearing gloves and had a hammer in his hands. Wearing gloves suggests that he had committed the...
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  • Graham Greene: the Invisible Japanese Gentlemen
    Graham Greene: The Invisible Japanese Gentlemen 1. Describe the characters. The young woman: She had thin blonde hair and how she spoke showed that she studied in one of the best school of London. Her fiancé: He was doomed and easy to control by others. The narrator (author): He was a...
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  • A shocking accident
    A Shocking Accident by Graham Greene: Summary/Review In "The Shocking Accident", Graham Greene writes about a character named Jerome and the change he goes through as he becomes a different person in the end of the story. We see him as a whole new changed person, way different from the Jerome...
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  • The Quiet American
    Victorino Mapa High School Quiapo, Manila The Quiet American By: Graham Greene Danielle May P. Basilio IV-4 Mrs.Ballinan I. About the Author Graham Greene was born in 1904 and educated at Berhamsted School, where his father was the headmaster. On coming down from Balliol...
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  • Writings
     (alongsideMulk Raj Anand and Raja Rao), and is credited with bringing the genre to the rest of the world Narayan broke through with the help of his mentor and friend, Graham Greene, who was instrumental in getting publishers for Narayan’s first four books, including the semi-autobiographical trilogy of Swami...
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  • Ma English Syllabus
    View, London: Macmillan. 3. Holroyd, M. (ed.) (1979), The Genius of Shaw. 4. Kaufman, R. I. (1965), Shaw: A Collection of Critical Essays, Prentice Hall. 5. Purolom, C. B. (1963), A Guide to the Plays of G. B. Shaw. Graham Greene 1. Allott, K. and M. Farris (1951), The Art of Graham Greene. 2. Atkins...
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  • Article
    (in that case a near-instantaneous re-transmission of a TV program), the technical setup causing this lack of control was the defendant’s own choice, and the defence of innocent dissemination was therefore not applicable. Following this line of reasoning many, not to say most, operators of electronic...
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  • Indo Anglian Literature
    continued to write till his death recently. He was discovered by Graham Greene in the sense that the latter helped him find a publisher in England. Graham Greene and Narayan remained close friends till the end. Similar to Thomas Hardy's Wessex, Narayan created the fictitious town of Malgudi where he set...
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  • Graham
    Graham Greene From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the writer. For the actor, see Graham Greene (actor) Graham Greene Graham Greene.jpg Born Henry Graham Greene 2 October 1904 Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom Died 3 April 1991 (aged 86) Vevey...
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